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jeena001
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can u please tell me the mathematical formula for deriving the basic marginal utility curve?
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jeena001 Group Title
can u please tell me the mathematical formula for deriving the basic marginal utility curve?
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Given an utility function \[U=u(x_1,x_2)\] the marginal utility curve are represented by these two functions: \[MU_1= \frac{ du }{ dx_1 } \] \[MU_2=\frac{ du }{ dx_2 }\]
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Thank You :)
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